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Flash Fundraising

United Promotions enthusiastically partners with not-for-profit organizations, charities, churches, and teams to provide fast and simple solutions to raise funds with no investment.

Our new Flash Fundraising program is designed specifically to save you time and energy so that you can focus on your organization's goals. It can easily supplement traditional fund raising methods to generate infusions of capital when you need them most.

Our retail savvy designers and marketers work with you to create a single limited edition piece of apparel that will become a “must have” for your supporters. We then host a secure pop-up Web Store on our e-commerce platform for a limited time. Once the ordering window is closed we decorate and ship the orders. We will advise you with a marketing blueprint for success for email and social media. We provide you with our deepest discounts. You decide how much revenue you want to generate per item. The customer orders from us and pays us. You don’t deal with money, transaction fees, inventory, sizing, or shipping. Just take your check from us at the end of the promotion.

Fundraising dollars can add up fast with no minimum quantity, no overhead and no inventory for you. You are not on the hook for anything and have the opportunity to repeat the program throughout the year with different garments as many times as you want. 

  • No Cost to You
  • Very Little Work
  • Raise Money
  • Raise Awareness for Your Cause
  • Focus on Doing Good, Not on Raising Money

This Old Horse Success Story

     This Old Horse rescues and rehabilitates distressed horses from around the country.

Recently they adopted a herd of over a dozen blind wild mustangs.

Working with our designers, they created a commemorative limited edition hooded sweatshirt that raised $2140

in profit in just two weeks by simply telling their story through email and on social media.

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